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News, views and analysis from our team as we work to create solutions to conservation challenges facing our planet.


Featured image Working together for water: the Loblaw Water Fund
The Loblaw Water Fund is a new granting program for charities working in watersheds across Canada. The fund will help ensure that Canada’s waters become and stay healthy, making them available for all to use and enjoy.


Information shortage for one Canada’s largest rivers, the Liard
How healthy is the Liard River in Canada’s north? We can’t be sure without more data

Why I Climb: Fourth time’s a charm!
On May 03, 2014, Minnie will climb the CN Tower for the fourth time to support WWF. See her at the top!

Marine Plans to Protect the “Best Food in the World”
After years of work, the Council of the Haida Nation and the Province of B.C. presented a new draft marine spatial plan this week in Haida Gwaii. The message from public Open Houses is loud and clear. Planning for multiple uses of our oceans needs to ensure that healthy oceans continue to support a wild variety of edible bounty

Seneca students create Panda-Monium for the CN Tower Climb!
Charlene Penney and Torey Kehoe are the team captains of Seneca’s Panda-Monium Climb team. Over the past several weeks, they’ve promoted and recruited their fellow students to join them as they climb to the top of the 24th Annual Canada Life CN Tower Climb on May 1 in support of WWF.

The Humber River: an urban success story
Local efforts have helped the Humber River, showing urban rivers can be healthy